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A Sample Development Process

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To successfully exploit Smalltalk's strengths, you must:
  • Adopt an iterative development process. "Discovery" at multiple points is not well exploited by traditional procedures, which expect all discovery to take place months (or years) before delivery.
  • Incorporate feedback at every opportunity. Traditional procedures wait until the end of a project -- a year or more -- before incorporating lessons learned in the process.
  • Innovate new ways of measuring success. Traditional checkpoints such as "design complete" do not acknowledge that the design will change afterward.
  • Re define how old tasks are done. "Integration," "documentation," and "testing" should be a tightly integrated part of a developer's daily routine, not a phase of the project.
With some difficulty, an ideal Smalltalk process can be reconciled with established software development standards, such as ISO 9000 and Bellcore.

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